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27 May 2017
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Watch out for trip hazard on Cobden Bridge PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 May 2017 07:22

Cobden bridge prob CW 2Watch out if you're walking over Cobden Bridge: Catherine Wright sent us these pics on Monday (April 9) of damage to some inspection covers on the southern side, which she says are dangerous for pedestrians.

 

Cobden bridge prob CW

Catherine said: "It looks like some big truck has gone over it... It is dangerous for pedestians. They've got the old BT logo on them; there's three covered. Two of them are damaged and the middle one, it's almost as if it's been bent down in the middle. The sides are raised up. So it's definitely a trip hazard, and someone could put their foot down the hole."

 

The council's been informed.


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